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Legislative Analyst Office (LAO)

The Legislative Analyst's Office is an organization that gives fiscal and policy advice to the California Legislature. The LAO also provides the public with information about ballot initiatives and propositions in the state and adopted state budget.
Lesson Study Group at Mills College

Lesson Study is a process in which teachers jointly plan, observe, analyze, and refine actual classroom lessons. It is widely credited for the steady improvement of Japanese elementary mathematics and science instruction This site is a great Lesson Study resource, with discussion of models of evaluation, information on the process, and examples of best practices.
Linking Data and Learning: The Grow Network Study

Published in 2005 by the Center for Children and Technology, this study compares New York City classrooms using Grow Network report data in their decision making with teachers who are not using the grow reports. Great insight into how teachers use and feel about assessment data, technology to analyze data, their own perceptions, and the outcomes for students.
Listen to the Natives, Marc Prensky

December 2005/January 2006 | Volume 63 | Number 4 Every school administrator needs to read this article which discusses digital natives and how they learn. Many of the ideas presented here should be consider when developing or updating a school vision statement. This article may be "over the top" for many teachers, so use care when presenting it to staff. By the same token, many innovators and early adopters of new technologies will benefit from and enjoy reading the article.
Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Technology Recommendations

Use this to document to assist your district in developing goals relating to innovation and technology focusing on 21st Century learning outcomes for students and other stakeholders. The document lists separate Goals, Actions, Technology Recommendations, and TICAL Resources in each of the eight priority areas. This document can assist you in developing goals that insure digital access, communication, and curricula. The TICAL Cadre assisted in these recommendations to insure relevant and thoughtful considerations for digital-age learning and Common Core implications.
Maine Learning Technology Initiative

Are you looking for research on using laptops to integrate technology in the classroom. Maine has been a pioneer in one-to-one laptop for student use. Administrators, technology coordinators, and other interested educators can use Maine’s experiences to evaluate the potential benefits for a project of this type and the obstacles for implementation. This posting at Maine’s state web-site goes into great detail about the project. It includes a description of the project, content development, and samples of student work.
Making Machines that Can Learn

In this Radio TICAL episode, hear about fascinating work being done to design machines that “learn” and what educators might learn about learning from the process.
Maximizing the Impact

Maximizing the Impact: The Pivotal Role of Technology in a 21st Century Education System is a 2007 report produced by the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), the Partnership for 21st Century Skills, and the State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) that urges renewed emphasis on the effective use of technology in education. Share it with your school board and leaders in your community.
McREL Balanced Leadership Survey

The Balanced Leadership Profile™ is an online feedback tool based on the leadership practices identified in School Leadership that Works. Survey responses give principals, including assistant and aspiring principals, valuable information about leadership related to a specific change initiative. There are annual subscription fees for this resource.
Millennials in the Middle

Trying to develop teacher buy in for integrating technology? In this episode of Radio TICAL, Dr. John Lincoln White, TICAL cadre member and principal of Mulholland Middle School in Van Nuys, California describes a multi-year effort to enlist his entire staff to integrate technology to engage his "millennial" students in standards-based learning. And it paid off! Since launching the technology effort in 2001, Mulholland has increased 205 API points.
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